The 90's

Discussion in 'General' started by lptothe3, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. lptothe3

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    What a great time to have been alive and experiencing your formative years!  

    People did what they did for the sake of doing it, because it was important to them or their immediate circle.  Not for the 'gram, or any other social media outlet. 

    Looking back now, it all seemed so innocent.

    We actually avoided the spotlight and thrived on solitude.

    I actually admire the way the current generation takes to the camera, and thrives on the spotlight.

    That being said, I hope that millenials and generations after them get to experience a modicum of the freedom we all had before the world changed.
     
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  2. Warmachine85

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    In before dc comes and says stop being nostalgic
     
  3. nazdrowie

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    thats not how the 90s went like
     
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  4. djaward

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    What I miss more about the 90's is being able to play outside without any worries.

    Kids nowadays dont know how to play Hide and seek, RED LIGHT GREEN LIGHT, street football etc.

    Now, us parents have to make sure not to let our kids play in the dark because there might be a crazy man on the loose.
     
  5. millenial

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    Millenials are born 1980-1995 so millenials did grow up during the 90s
     
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  6. dankenstien88

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  7. getback

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    You know crime rates in the 90's > 2000's right?
     
  8. 6 Rings G.O.A.T.

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    Nostalgia.. :nthat:
     
  9. AZwildcats

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    Early to mid 2000's :pimp:

    I was born in 1991, I only remember 98-99 from the 90's
     
  10. gregzzy23

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    you have zero memories from before being 8 years old? zilch?
     
  11. sooperhooper

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    90s was definitely the best decade.
     
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  12. AZwildcats

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    I definitely remember things like the cartoons that were on at the time and some of the music, but most of my nostalgia comes from 2001-2008ish
     
  13. andretti

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    '94

    Don't remember much but kids wb

    Chevys motto at the time was "liiiiike a rock!!!"

    Batman beyond
    The pjs

    I also remember this all white c4 corvette pulled into my apartment complex

    Dude prolly moved weight I dunno but that car was is and still so sexy fam :pimp:
     
  14. andretti

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    Aw yea that


    "I'm bluuuue diiiidemdeeedieedaaadumdeedaamdumdaaaa in blue dieeeedummdedaaadum daaaaa"
    Song

    Annoying *** song :smh: :lol:
     
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  15. bonez7 back

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    Simpler times, it was easier fresher and we were younger,

    we had all the time in front of us,

    Now that time is directly in front of us n passing. Things got real.


    Miss the 90s it just felt like a diffrent world.
    Pizzas with the fam watching mj/playoffs/nba on nbc was good times. :smokin
     
  16. supermanblue79

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    Every decade before the turn of the century had its own distinct culture, music, and style. The 90s was the last decade to have it's own identity. The haircuts, clothing styles, and mainstream music sound of today is all borrowed from the 90s.

    Access to the internet changed everything. It was the extinction of the encyclopedia salesmen, the birth of reality tv (COPS, Real World, etc.), and the end of the chain music stores.

    Cable went from 36 channels to 60 channels, every major electronics company released a gaming console (Philips, Magnavox, Sony),P0nr was available on the computer, and your Saturday wasnt complete unless you bought a pack of baseball cards, and
    every one carried a "jimmy hat" in thier wallets just in case...plus it was arguably the greatest era of the NBA

    Air Jordans, Reebok Pumps, and other premium sneakers were so easy to purchase. Supply outweighed demand because of what were rediculous prices at the time, and they were available at all 4 the mens mall shoe stores plus the 3 anchor stores.

    This era was also very violent. People stopped fighting and started shooting, drive by shootings made thier way into the suburbs, and people started being killed for shoes and star stater jackets.

    All on all, the 90s was a great decade.
     
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  17. sooperhooper

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    Sometimes I think the world actually did end at y2k.
     
  18. gentrification

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    The world ended on 9/11. Kinda. But the 90s was dope as hell.
     
  19. whatslosinlike

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    Wish someone would invent a time machine in my lifetime so I can go back and enjoy it again :frown: :smh:
     
  20. grimeyy

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    90s >


    The years of playing outside and having the best tv shows. All before technology took over